The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Appeal is said to be progressing slowly since it was launched little more than one month ago.
Major Pierre Antoine, Commanding Officer of the Salvation Army in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, told NBC News, that they are hoping that people will continue to give to the program.
He said the kettle appeal is going slowly and they are trying to do their best to get the target which it is not easy but by the grace of God it will get there.
Major Antoine said this year’s program runs from November 11th to December 31st.
He said this year they are aiming to raise 120 thousand dollars which they will use to run their programs throughout the year in assisting needy persons.
He noted that the demands became so great that they decided launched the appeal to this aim to see if they could accomplish it.